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Growers vote to continue walnut marketing order

Ninety-five percent of eligible California walnut growers who voted and ninety-three percent of the volume represented in the referendum favored continuing the federal marketing order and the efforts of the California Walnut Board.

BBB hands out ethics awards in Fresno

Three local businesses took top honors today during the Better Business Bureau's 2014 Ethics Awards in Fresno.

Veterans group to donate $54,487 to VA hospital

Charity group Disabled American Veterans will donate $54,487 to VA Central California at a press conference scheduled for 11 a.m. Friday at Disabled American Veterans Thrift Store, 3163 E. McKinley Ave. in Fresno.

Friant goes to court to stop fed water release

The Friant Water Authority is suing the Bureau of Reclamation to stop Friant Dam water releases.The Friant Water Authority, representing water districts in Tulare, Fresno and Kern counties, took to court this week to try to shake lose some water for its hard hit farms and communities.

State OKs expansion of Kettleman waste site

The state has approved expansion for a controversial waste site in Kings County.(AP) — State officials on Wednesday approved a major expansion of a toxic waste landfill in Kings County that residents say has caused birth defects in children.

Developer begins North Fresno commercial centers

West Herndon Avenue is in line for a lot of new commercial activity as Ginder Development Corp. of Fresno begins work on a new business park and office building along the corridor.

Kings County crop value hits $2.26B

Kings County records record crop value
Bolstered by a stronger milk market and a jump in nut crops, Kings County set an all time record for crop value hitting $2.26 billion in 2013.

Fresno business owner wins CalChamber award

Scott MillerScott Miller, owner of Gazebo Gardens Nursery in Fresno, was awarded by the California Chamber of Commerce for his advocacy on behalf of businesses.

Security First Bank announces stock dividend

Security First Bank of Fresno has announced a 5-percent stock dividend.

Visalia Chamber seeks CEO candidates

Glenn MorrisThe Visalia Chamber of Commerce is accepting applications for a new leader now that president and CEO Glenn Morris has taken a similar job in Santa Maria.